Glava identified as Black Hole lender
Wednesday, 13 February 2013 11:39

Future of property still unknown

by Ben Boehl

    According to MDLandRec.Net, a state-run website that provides land record information in Maryland, Marlene Glava is listed as the lender of the 216 German Hill Road property that was once known as the Black Hole.
    An auction was held on Thursday, Jan. 24 at the property where the lone bid of $100,000 was submitted by a lawyer representing Glava, whose outstanding  claim led to the auction.
    According to the State Department of Assessments & Taxation records, Monkton Realty LLC bought the property from Gus Glava in February 2005 and Marlene Glava was the lender for Monkton’s loan. Maryland court records show that Glava and her attorneys filed a foreclosure against Monkton in 2011.
   

Now that the building has been sold to Glava, it is unknown what will become of the property.
    The building has remained vacant for the past 19 months, ever since the nightclub was stripped of its license, and it seems unlikely that the property will be the site of another bar or tavern.
    Glava was unavailable for comment, and her attorney, Anthony J. Covacevich, did not return phone calls from The Eagle.